All these nice people saying I'm going to be world champion won't make me any faster, you have to believe it yourself.
At the end of your life, it's friendships, emotions and thoughts that you take with you, rather than what's in your bank account. So, even though people don't have a lot here, they are a lot richer in many ways and we can learn from that.
Generally I don't care about what people say. I have to be clear with myself. When everything goes well, people celebrate you, when you make mistakes people criticize you.
I don't care what other people think as long as I am happy. The day I die or retire, I have blown all my chances because I don't have the chance any more to change my image as an F1 driver.
Driving at high speed where safe and legal is part of my life. As well as a higher top speed I wanted even better stability in my FX and that meant work on the aerodynamics.
There are some things that you can fulfil with money, but at the end of the day these are not the things that make you happy. It is the small things that make life good.
It was an unbelievable experience! The brakes, the g-forces and the power of the engine are beyond description. Thanks to BMW and WilliamsF1 for giving me this chance to test. The test team looked after me brilliantly and I learnt plenty.
If you are out in two races and someone else has a good couple of races, it could change. So all we do is try to get the optimum every time.
You can't change what happened. But you can still change what will happen.
When I went into the last lap I was regretting a bit that it was over. I was enjoying again the first sector for the last time. Simply fantastic this circuit, and if you get 53 laps more, you appreciate it even more. It's made by God's hands.
Whenever I have to do something, I try to minimise the time it takes me to do it. I just cannot wait.
Of course, you always give 100 percent, but at a home race you're always more motivated, simply because you feel at home.
You're traveling all over the world but to be home is something special.
I come from an ordinary family - my dad is a carpenter, a roof-maker - and we've always loved racing together.
The bottom line is what we do might not be the safest so there is always some risk but we are ready to take that into account because we love racing and we love motor sports and it is dangerous.